ACC Molded Original Style Carpet for all 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004 Mustangs.If the time has come to replace that worn, dirty or torn floor carpet in your 1994-2004 Mustang, this Molded Original Style Carpet manufactured by ACC is the perfect choice. Almost nothing can freshen up the interior of your SN95 Mustang more than by installing new floor carpet!
This Original Style Carpet for all 1994-2004 coupe and convertible Mustangs is precision heat molded for an easy installation. It is made using original style cut pile carpeting for an authentic look and feel. ACC's nylon cut pile is constructed from 100 percent first quality DuPont yarn. The material is tufted on a 1/8 gauge machine with 14 ounces of yarn per square yard. The nylon cut pile material is dyed using the finest dyes available and tested for ozone humidity fading and light fastness. The underside of the carpet features heavy 36 ounce jute padding for insulation.
The carpet is available in all the 1994-2004 factory correct colors for a perfect color match to your interior and features an original style front heel pad on the driver side.
ACC manufactures all of their carpets to meet or exceed OEM specifications. If you are looking for the finest reproduction floor carpet available for your 1994-2004 coupe or convertible Mustang, this is it. No interior restoration project is complete without an ACC carpet.
*The year range listed after the color name in the dropdown menu is the year(s) the color was offered from the factory.
*The black carpet is correct for 1994-1998 Mustangs, but will fit any 1994-2004 Mustang for a custom look.
Please Note: ACC's carpets do not come with pre-cut holes, allowing you to make the necessary cuts only where needed for various interior components.
Tech Tip: When you first take your new carpet out of the box, you may notice quite a few wrinkles. This is normal. We recommend laying the carpet out in the sun for a few hours to help soften the jute backing and to help reduce the amount of wrinkles that are visible prior to installation.
CJ Pony Parts offers a wide selection of carpet options for the interior of your Mustang. The 1994-2004 Mustang carpet is available in original style cut pile, and mass back styles. An extensive selection of Dynamat is also available to put underneath your Mustang carpet, if necessary.
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Given this car has 100,000 miles, the carpet is actually not as bad as some others I've seen, but it still has your typical wear marks as well as some dirt and some fading. You might be wondering what we're doing outside. The first step of the installation is going to be to remove the interior. While you're doing that, what you want to do is take your carpet out of the box, put it out in the sun, if possible, and let it get some heat into it. This will make the installation a lot easier, it makes the carpet a lot more flexible, make it fit the floor really well. We're going with ACC's carpet, which is a high-quality carpet made right here in the USA, it'll be a direct replacement for the factory carpet to match our color perfectly. It includes the correct style heel pad.
For this installation, you need a 1/4" ratchet, 7mm socket, 6" extension, 3/8" ratchet, 15mm socket, T50 torx bit, short extension, a pick, 15mm wrench, and a couple of fresh razor blades.
We're going to need to remove our front seats, back seats, center console, and then, also, the door sill plates, and all the trim in the kick panel area, as well. We're going to start with the seats, just pop all these plastic covers if you still have them to access the rear bolts.
After you remove the two bolts in the back, there's going to be two nuts up front. Once it's been bolted, we're going to tilt it back, reach underneath it, unplug the seat, and then remove it. Once you have the driver's seat out of the way, I'm actually going to remove the console next. I'll leave the passenger seat in, because honestly, it gives you a place to sit and it makes the job a little bit easier. Going to start in the back and open up the console, remove the carpet from the bottom, and remove the two bolts. Again, we're pulling the center storage bin out. Don't forget to disconnect the lighter. Then I'll move forward.
The front section, start by removing the shift knob. It's a stock one. Just grab it, turn it counterclockwise. Remove the trim panel by reaching inside here, just pull up on it. Disconnect the power point again. Two more 7mm screw bolts on either side here. With all the bolts out, now we can actually remove the console. This part is a little tricky. I'm going to start the e-brake, pull up as high as you possibly can. If you get lucky, you're going to lift the console up enough, get it over this, and out. If not, what you're going to do then is actually unbolt the e-brake from the floor, which will make it a little bit easier. First, we're going to try to get it out without doing that, but we may have to.
If you couldn't get out that way, these are the two nuts I'm talking about. There's one here and one over this. If you release these, this will give you a lot of play in the handle and allow you to get the console out. With the console out, now we're going to remove our passenger seat. Front seats out of the way, we'll disconnect the clips and pop out the back seat. With the seats out, now we're going to remove the door sill plates. Get a grip underneath and just pull up on these. Remove the kick panels next. Just pull from behind against the Christmas tree clip and pop it out. The quarter trim panels, we actually don't have to remove. Just pop them off, just get them loose. You actually slide the carpet underneath them pretty easily, which is easier than taking the whole panel out.
With those out of the way, move one of the seat belt anchors. With a '94 through '98 car, you'll also remove the anchor on the inside. In this case, they're on the seats, so we're just remove the outside. The factory carpet goes underneath this riveted-on bracket here. What you want to do is grab a razor blade and make a straight cut across here, pull that trust, and make it easier to remove it. Now work your way around the outside edges and remove all these plastic plates. With the clips off, now actually start to remove the carpet from the car. Now with the carpet out, it's a good time to vacuum the floor. Now what you want to do is lay the original carpet on top of our ACC carpet. Get an idea of a couple of places we're going to want to trim it before we install it.
You want to do here is just make a few, we'll call them relief cuts. Just a few of the general area where things are going to go, we'll trim it once it's actually in the car. You want to grab the floor mat anchor off the original car. We do sell these new if this is broken, but if it isn't, you can go behind the carpet and pop it off. We're going to want to install it in the new carpet, but we'll wait until the carpet is actually in the car and fitted better, so you have a better idea of where to put it. The easy way I found to do this is fold it half from the back and then fold it in quarters. Basically start with the passenger rear. Get the carpet over the driver side, and fold it forward.
At this point, you just want to start trimming. I wish I had some kind of a trick for you, but there really isn't anything to it. Just make lots of small cuts, move it around, make sure the fitment is good, just take your time. I will say for one trick, make sure you've got a nice, fresh razor blade. Don't grab an old one you've been using. Get a brand-new one that's nice and sharp, it makes this a lot easier. This is about what it should look like once it's trim to fit. Keep in mind, the seats, the console, the door sill plates, all these things are going to help hold the carpet tighter when it's in the car. Now that we have everything approximately where it's going to be, I'm going to put the floor mat in place, we're going to figure out exactly where to put that anchor.
If you're ordering new carpet for your car, definitely pick up a set of new floor mats while you're at it. The last thing you want to do is throw the original floor mats on your brand-new carpet. What you do is just figure out where it's going to go, I'm going to mark it with my finger here. Going to cut a small slit in front and behind. Click it in place, put your carpet back. Okay. Once the carpet is all trimmed and in place, now it's time to put everything back together, basically the exact opposite of how we took it apart. I'm going to start with the back seat.
Now I'll put in the kick panels and the door sill plates. Now put the seat belt on. Figure out where the hole is going to go. Now there's two things you can do here. What I found is the actual door sill plate will hold the carpet fine. You want to remove the factory plastic ones and staple them on , you can. If you cut just a couple of small holes in here for these alignment pins, it'll hold it in place. Don't forget to make sure you plug everything else back in when you put the console in.
The new carpet really freshens up the interior for a 2001 Bullitt. If you have a few wrinkles and creases, don't worry about it. As you drive the car, they're going to wear in, the car is going to fit a lot better. Just make sure you're not underneath the gas pedal or anywhere where you can hold up anything like that. The installation, overall, is not too bad. It's a little bit time-consuming trimming it, but figure the whole installation taking between three to four hours, you'll be back on the road in no time.